Creating Expert Systems for Business and Industry

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Wiley, Jan 22, 1990 - Computers - 329 pages
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A practical guide to planning, building, and managing the development of an expert system. Provides comprehensive treatment of expert systems techniques, from basic concepts of knowledge acquisition to managing the expert system development effort. Contains three recent case studies that illustrate the methods used to analyze, design, develop, and manage the creation of an expert system. Provides illustrations, charts, diagrams, examples, and actual code from working systems.

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Contents

Section One Basic Concepts
1
Basic Expert Systems Techniques
12
Section Two Identifying Opportunities
49
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About the author (1990)

Paul Harmon is the editor of the "Component Development Strategies" newsletter & Senior Consultant with the Cutter Consortium. He has coauthored many books, including "Understanding UML: The Developer's Guide", "The Object Technology Casebook" (Wiley), & the international bestseller "Expert Systems: Artificial Intelligence for Business" (Wiley).

Brian Sawyer is a Senior Editor for O'Reilly Media, where he manages the Missing Manuals division. He has also served as lead editor for the company's popular Hacks series, editor for Head First and Make: Books titles, and contributing editor to Craft magazine. When not writing or editing about technology, he uses it to help train for marathons (see Chapter 4 of Best Android Apps).

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